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May 05, 2015 1:01 PM

F1 » McLaren focused on ‘step-by-step’ improvements

More bull**** from Boullier, first it's RD now it's Boullier's turn, all speaking the obvious as if we were all total idiots and knew nothing about F1, I don't know about the rest of you on here but I don't need to be told every couple of days that Mclaren are improving and bringing updates to the next race, I assume that's what they are going to do because they have a huge budget to do just that. If they wern't it would be very strange indeed!


April 24, 2015 12:52 PM

F1 » McLaren pinning hopes on Barcelona gains

F1 needs Mclaren to improve rapidly, it does F1 no favours having one of it's once leading teams trailing round like a bunch of amateurs. If the technology is so advanced perhaps Honda should have waited another year to come in. Better to be seen to get things right rather than what has happened. Also F1 needs another fully competitive engine to be available for teams like RedBull who clearly want to lose Renault. Hopefully this will happen but not perhaps until next season.

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